Networking and application interface technology for wireless sensor network surveillance and monitoring

  title={Networking and application interface technology for wireless sensor network surveillance and monitoring},
  author={Darminder Singh Ghataoura and John E. Mitchell and George Matich},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
Distributed unattended ground sensor networks used in battlefield surveillance and monitoring missions, have proven to be valuable in providing a tactical information advantage required for command and control, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance planning. Operational effectiveness for surveillance missions can be enhanced further through network centric capability, where distributed UGS networks have the ability to perform surveillance operations autonomously. NCC operation can be… CONTINUE READING
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